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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

about. We've got a lawyer here, and the police are coming."
The young woman closed her eyes, sighed, and said, "Oh, let me think-let me think."
Mrs. Basset moved close to Perry Mason.
" Please," she said in an undertone, "let me have the gun. I don't want you to have it."
" Why? "
" Because I think we should hide it."
" You're not supposed to have a gun," Mason told her.
" It isn't mine."
" Suppose the police find it,"
" They won't find it if you'll only give it to me. Please."
Perry Mason pulled the gun from his hip pocket and handed it to her. She dropped it down the front of her dress and held it there with her hand.
" You can't leave it there," Mason said. "If you're going to hide it, go ahead and hide it."
" Wait," she told him. "You don't understand. I'll take care of it. . . :"
Dick Basset, bending tenderly over the young woman on the couch, exclaimed, "Good God!"
The girl opened her eyes. Dick kissed her, and she let one of her arms slide around his neck. She talked with him in a low voice. A moment later Dick Basset gently disengaged her arm, and turned to face them.

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